FLC blows by the Mustangs

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FLC blows by the Mustangs

Skyhawks’ second-half surge secures a 30-point victory at home
FLC sophomore guard Cade Kloster was one of 10 Skyhawks to play double-digit minutes in their 30-point rout over Western New Mexico on Friday night at Whalen Gymnasium. “It is nice to play hard in the second half and get minutes and play with confidence,” said Kloster, who finished with 11 points.
FLC head coach Bob Hofman was issued a technical foul in the opening minutes of the second half for arguing a non-foul call on the Skyhawks’ offensive end. The Skyhawks gained even more momentum after the technical, and the rout was on.
Alex Herrera went up for 13 points against Chad Arechiga, Brelan Berry and the Western New Mexico Mustangs on Friday night at Whalen Gymnasium. Herrera added four blocks and three rebounds in the victory.
Nick Tomsick buried a 3-point basket to give Fort Lewis a nine-point halftime lead and momentum. Tomsick, a senior guard, led the Skyhawks with 14 points on 5-of-9 shooting Friday night. “It was nice to have Nick get off the mark a little bit because I think he only had two shots up until that,” FLC assistant coach Bob Pietrack said.
FLC sophomore forward Kody Salcido scored nine points and led the Skyhawks with seven rebounds in just 15 minutes of playing time. Fort Lewis College beat Brelan Berry and Western New Mexico 90-60 on Friday night at Whalen Gym.

FLC blows by the Mustangs

FLC sophomore guard Cade Kloster was one of 10 Skyhawks to play double-digit minutes in their 30-point rout over Western New Mexico on Friday night at Whalen Gymnasium. “It is nice to play hard in the second half and get minutes and play with confidence,” said Kloster, who finished with 11 points.
FLC head coach Bob Hofman was issued a technical foul in the opening minutes of the second half for arguing a non-foul call on the Skyhawks’ offensive end. The Skyhawks gained even more momentum after the technical, and the rout was on.
Alex Herrera went up for 13 points against Chad Arechiga, Brelan Berry and the Western New Mexico Mustangs on Friday night at Whalen Gymnasium. Herrera added four blocks and three rebounds in the victory.
Nick Tomsick buried a 3-point basket to give Fort Lewis a nine-point halftime lead and momentum. Tomsick, a senior guard, led the Skyhawks with 14 points on 5-of-9 shooting Friday night. “It was nice to have Nick get off the mark a little bit because I think he only had two shots up until that,” FLC assistant coach Bob Pietrack said.
FLC sophomore forward Kody Salcido scored nine points and led the Skyhawks with seven rebounds in just 15 minutes of playing time. Fort Lewis College beat Brelan Berry and Western New Mexico 90-60 on Friday night at Whalen Gym.
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